The students of the Chattanooga State Community College are particularly impressed by the ease of use and portability of the HD-CR 35 NDT. And the teachers are happy too, because the D-Tect software is very efficient and the students learn to use it quickly.
D-Tect X is the new generation of DÜRR NDT’s proven software for industrial radiography and was developed from the ground-up in close cooperation with level 3 experts and users. The result is a software solution that sets new standards in terms of performance and user-friendliness and at the same time is extremely flexible.
The solution developed by OK CONTROL could only be made possible with the use of imaging plates or X-ray films owing to the fact that they are flexible and can be customized in size and shape. Using Computed Radiography improved the efficiency drastically due to reduced exposure time and an extremely fast workflow.
The role of metallic screens in computed radiography for controlling scattered radiation is very well-known. This paper extends this topic further and quantitatively investigates how image quality in terms of signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and basic spatial resolution (SRb) is influenced by metallic screens when Iridium-192 is used as the radiation source.
As standards become increasingly important in radiographic testing, knowing how to properly apply these standards in real-world applications is now more crucial than ever. Learn how to apply the ISO 17636-2 standard using a steel weld plate as an example and shorten your time to a high-quality image.
Nick D‘Ademo, DÜRR NDT; Wolfgang Schultz, DÜRR NDT
04. Sep 2017 /
As the digitization of X-ray technology continues to expand in the NDT inspection world, many manual inspection tasks can now be fully automated. The main benefits are a significant increase in productivity and efficiency as well as higher end-product quality.